Question: FOR THIS QUESTION, PLEASE REFER TO THE CLASS ASSIGNMENT SHEET TOWARDS THE END OF SECTION 2 OF THE…


FOR THIS QUESTION, PLEASE REFER TO THE CLASS ASSIGNMENT SHEET TOWARDS THE END OF SECTION 2 OF THE THE LECTURE GUIDE The hypothalamus has neurosecretory neurons which produce 1 In response, the anterior pituitary releases2 FSH acts in the 3 LH acts on the 6 to produce sperm; this in turn causes the 4 to produce 5 to produce 7 1 GnRH 2 FSH & LH 3 Seminiferous Tubules 4 Sertoli Cells 5 Inhibin 6 6 Interstitial Cells of Leydig 7 Testosterone How does the body respond to testosterone levels that are too high? Select one a. The hypothalamus and pituitary detect the concentration, decreasing both GnRH and LH release, respectively b. The hypothalamus and pituitary detect the concentration, increasing GnRH release and decreasing LH release, respectively The bunothalamus and nituitary detect the concentration, increasing both GnRH release and LH release

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FOR THIS QUESTION, PLEASE REFER TO THE CLASS ASSIGNMENT SHEET TOWARDS THE END OF SECTION 2 OF THE THE LECTURE GUIDE The hypothalamus has neurosecretory neurons which produce 1 In response, the anterior pituitary releases2 FSH acts in the 3 LH acts on the 6 to produce sperm; this in turn causes the 4 to produce 5 to produce 7 1 GnRH 2 FSH & LH 3 Seminiferous Tubules 4 Sertoli Cells 5 Inhibin 6 6 Interstitial Cells of Leydig 7 Testosterone How does the body respond to testosterone levels that are too high? Select one a. The hypothalamus and pituitary detect the concentration, decreasing both GnRH and LH release, respectively b. The hypothalamus and pituitary detect the concentration, increasing GnRH release and decreasing LH release, respectively The bunothalamus and nituitary detect the concentration, increasing both GnRH release and LH release

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